This watch is a must-have for dog lovers. Chopard has launched an 88-piece limited series of the L. U. C XP Urushi – Year of the Dog to mark 2018.

The elegance and the technical nature of the ultra-thin L. U. C XP Urushi watch have made it an iconic model. Each year, Chopard draws inspiration from the repertoire of Chinese astrology to offer a fresh interpretation of its Urushi dial, made with an ancestral Japanese lacquer technique.

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Chopard has decided to embody this canine through a representative of the extremely beautiful Asian “Akita” breed, depicted in a lush natural setting dotted with wild orchids and enhanced by the fluttering presence of a dragonfly, regarded as a lucky charm and a good omen.

At the heart of the ultra-thin case, measuring 39.5mm in diameter and 6.8mm thick, beats the mechanical self-winding L. U. C 96.17-L movement. Equipped with two barrels ensuring a 65-hour power reserve, this calibre fits inside such a slim case thanks to the off-centred 22ct gold micro-rotor.

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